By Charlie Ballard
COLDSPRING — The Coldspring Trojans had their first intersquad scrimmage on Saturday and all the signs looked good for another great season.
Head Coach Ken Stanley said his team is getting ready and had a great first week.
“We had a few simple mistakes but are working on fixing them,” he said. “The team looked very nice and in good shape for the new season.”
Lumberton will be the first challenge in a team scrimmage next week, and Stanley said that since he was having trouble finding teams to scrimmage, it was time to take the next step and challenge some 4A teams.
“The offense and defense looked very good and will be able to put up good numbers in the up and coming year,” he said.
In the meantime, the Lady Trojans hopped over to Houston County for a four-way scrimmage with Rusk, Crockett and Grapeland.
Coldspring will be back in Crockett on Sept. 9 for the District 23-3A opener.